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Monday, October 25, 2021.
Bars, restaurants, and nightclubs in Kenya create safe spaces specifically for their LGBTQ+ customers and clientele.
Hundreds of Ugandan gays from Kampala and other major cities in the East African country find refuge in a not so gay-friendly neighbouring country, Kenya.
Every gay man who has used Grindr, Scruff, or virtually any other gay dating app knows all too well the toxic environment that these apps create.
In the last decade, fearless Kenya LGBT activists have made notable progress in fighting for recognition of rights for queer people living and working in Kenya.
There are hundreds or thousands of people, primarily those who are gay or bisexual, googling: “Is being gay a choice?” “Or is it nature?” “How do I come out and tell my parents, siblings, and friends that I’m gay?”
Meet creators of The DL Chronicles, Deondray & Quincy Gossfield, who swept the movie industry by storm with their revolutionary take on what it means to be a closeted, gay black man.
As a gay man in a country where my sexuality is a criminal offence, I know first-hand the impact of globalisation and what it means to not be free, safe or equal.
Individuals from Ireland, Tanzania, London, Fiji, South Africa, and other parts of the world joined “How Globalisation Is Transforming the Fight for LGBT+ Rights.”

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